If Democrats want to win in November — and preserve Democracy — they need to get serious on voting rights.
We’re trapped in a warp speed news cycle that can be overwhelming, and exhausting. Maybe we should be on a bit of a news diet.
Independent media in the US is under attack. The undermining of the LA Weekly by a conservative consortium is only the latest.
While victims were still bleeding out in the street in Las Vegas, right wingers were rushing to propagate conspiracy theories to frame an innocent man for Sunday’s shooting.
The left’s antisemitism is getting more glaring, and it’s feeding right into the dangerous rhetoric of the right. It’s time to stand up for the Jewish community.
Tensions are running high as Nazis and white supremacists play a growing role in public life in America. It’s important to watch our language.
Republicans evoke tragedies that dominated headlines to advance their political goals, even over the wishes of the families involved.
The West is giving terrorists what they want every time it has an outsized reaction to a terrorist attack. How can we break the cycle?
When elections are won by force while left and right alike employ violent rhetoric in the name of freedom, democracy dies.
Where are the tormented thinkpieces on Clinton voters? The majority-white demographics of American newsrooms may answer this question.